The Rothko Chapel presents Silencing Opposition: Human Rights Violations in Burundi

Tony Tate
Tony Tate Photo courtesy of The Rothko Chapel

In conjunction with the biennial Óscar Romero Award, the Rothko Chapel is continuing its efforts to raise awareness about criminal justice reform with a series of events planned that illustrate the cultural and personal ramifications of mass incarceration.

“Silencing Opposition: Human Rights Violations in Burundi” will explore the social and political dynamics of Burundi, in east Africa. Robert Krueger, former U.S. ambassador to Burundi and Tony Tate, program officer for Sub-Saharan Africa at the Fund for Global Human Rights, will lead the conversation.

Event Details

When

11.2.17 | 7:00 pm

Where

3900 Yupon St.
Houston, TX 77006

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Ticket Info

Admission is free.